Tennis' Open Era, which began in 1968, changed the face of tennis forever.
The Open Era is the current era of professional tennis.
Here are the 25 greatest athletes of the tennis world in the Open Era, meaning since 1968. I can't acknowledge greats like Fred Perry, Don Budge, and Bill Tilden for that reason, but they would all certainly ...
En route to reaching his 2nd US Open quarterfinal, John Isner was awarded the men's 2018 US Open Sportsmanship Award for demonstrating excellence in sportsma ...
Serena Williams faced an early fight from Sevastova at the 2018 US Open, but eventually settled in and defeated her semifinal opponent in straight sets: http ...
Look back to the 2018 US Open and watch Novak Djokovic's run to the 2018 title, his third trophy in Flushing Meadows.
Tennis: All-teenage women's major finals in the Open Era.
A straight sets scoreline probably confirmed with most peoples’ expectations for the match between Novak Djokovic and John Millman. Yet their QF night encoun.
2018 US Open Extended Highlights: In a battle of two fast-rising, big-hitting future stars, Naomi Osaka defeated Aryna Sabalenka to reach the QF.
Open Era GOAT List (a.k.a. GOATometer) compares tennis player career achievements expressed by GOAT Points